College of Arts and Sciences
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Students wishing to major in journalism should see the Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree requirements.
Minor (22 hours)
- JOUR 1000, 2000, 2500, 4000, 4500
- One additional 3-credit skills course (JOUR 2900: Specialized Journalism Basic Skills; JOUR 3100: Introduction to Visual Journalism; JOUR 3150: Visual Editing; JOUR 3200: Feature Writing; JOUR 3250: News Editing and Production; JOUR 3300: Broadcast News; JOUR 3440: Public Relations Writing; JOUR 3450: Media Publication and Design; JOUR 3550: Online Journalism; JOUR 3900: Intermediate Specialized Journalism Skills; JOUR 4900: Specialized Journalism Skills).
- One journalism 3- credit concept courses (JOUR 3400: Principles of Public Relations; JOUR 3850: Journalism in the Movies; JOUR 4450: Media, War and Propaganda; JOUR 4550: Diversity Issues in the Media; JOUR 4650: American Journalism History; JOUR 4750: Global Journalism; JOUR 4850: Media and Society; JOUR 4950: Specialized Journalism Issues)
- One journalism skills or concept course of the student's choosing.
Interdepartmental minor - limited to BS in Journalism
The Department of Journalism and Public Relations Undergraduate Program Committee must approve this minor. The student, in consultation with an advisor, chooses courses from at least two departments that focus on a particular subject. The interdepartmental minor must include at least 20 credits, with a minimum of 12 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level. An interdepartmental minor may not include any courses being used for group requirements.
Updated: 04/01/2019 03:35PM